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  • Harbour, Cobourg, Ont., Canada
    Imagecomment       "Harbor, Cobourg, Ont., Canada" "105,921" Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto. Printed in Great Britain"
    Imagecomment     "Harbor, Cobourg, Ont., Canada" "105,921" Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto. Printed in Great Britain"
  • S.S. Ontario No. 1
    Image       "Car Ferry, Cobourg to Rochester, At landing on the American side"
    Image     "Car Ferry, Cobourg to Rochester, At landing on the American side"
  • S.S. Ontario No. 1 and No. 2, Cobourg, Ontario
    Image       "G.T.R. Ferries, Ontario No.1 & No. 2, Cobourg, Ont."
    Image     "G.T.R. Ferries, Ontario No.1 & No. 2, Cobourg, Ont."
  • S.S.Ontario No.1 and No.2, Cobourg Harbour, Ontario
    Image       From the 1850s to the 1870s Charlotte, New York had a flourishing business in shipping but then certain bills were passed by the federal government favoring the railroads and harbours became nearly empty. In 1880 Bell, Lewis and Yates Co. built coal docks on the river next to the iron ...
    Image     From the 1850s to the 1870s Charlotte, New York had a flourishing business in shipping but then certain bills were passed by the federal government favoring the railroads and harbours ...
  • Aerial view of Cobourg Harbour
    Image       Waterfront, Cobourg, Ont. As seen from an aeroplane
    Image     Waterfront, Cobourg, Ont. As seen from an aeroplane
  • Cobourg Bathing Beach and Car Ferry
    Image       The bottom left photograph shows the Cobourg Bathing Beach. The top right photo shows the Car Ferry "Ontario No. 1" running daily trips between Cobourg and Rochester.
    Image     The bottom left photograph shows the Cobourg Bathing Beach. The top right photo shows the Car Ferry "Ontario No. 1" running daily trips between Cobourg and Rochester.
  • Cobourg, 1840
    Image       Titled "Cobourg, 1840".
    Image     Titled "Cobourg, 1840".
  • Remains of Old East Pier
    Image       The remains of the once busy East Pier
    Image     The remains of the once busy East Pier
  • East Pier looking north
    Image       The Cobourg Harbour Co. was incorporated and began operating in about 1830, starting with this pier. This first pier began near the entrance to the present trailer park, extended 500 feet into the lake and ended with a lighthouse.Within ten years the West pier was built and the East pier ...
    Image     The Cobourg Harbour Co. was incorporated and began operating in about 1830, starting with this pier. This first pier began near the entrance to the present trailer park, extended 500 ...
  • East Pier looking north
    Image       Pictured are Edwin C. Guillet and son Bob.
    Image     Pictured are Edwin C. Guillet and son Bob.
  • Cobourg Harbour
    Image       The harbour has been rebuilt, dredged and expanded many times in the past century and a half. It is actually entirely artificial as the bay formed by Midtown Creek was just a swampy inlet, which the Cobourg business people quickly recognized as a great opportunity if it becam a major ...
    Image     The harbour has been rebuilt, dredged and expanded many times in the past century and a half. It is actually entirely artificial as the bay formed by Midtown Creek was ...
  • Dock at Cobourg
    Image       Complete Marina facilities throughout the region.The harbour has been rebuilt, dredged and expanded many times in the past century and a half. It is actually entirely artificial as the bay formed by Midtown Creek was just a swampy inlet, which the Cobourg business people quickly recognized as a great opportunity ...
    Image     Complete Marina facilities throughout the region.The harbour has been rebuilt, dredged and expanded many times in the past century and a half. It is actually entirely artificial as the bay ...
  • Cobourg Harbour
    Image       First Seaway Ship at Cobourg Harbour
    Image     First Seaway Ship at Cobourg Harbour
  • Cobourg Harbour
    Image       Seaway shipping and pleasure craft harbour facilities at Cobourg
    Image     Seaway shipping and pleasure craft harbour facilities at Cobourg
  • T-Pier off East Pier, Cobourg Harbour
    Image       Unloading freight for Ordinance Depot.
    Image     Unloading freight for Ordinance Depot.
  • Cobourg Harbour
    Image       "Just going to get on the stage for Gores Landing. Papa." Addressed to Miss Ruth Vianco, 137 Driving Park Ave., Rochester, NY.
    Image     "Just going to get on the stage for Gores Landing. Papa." Addressed to Miss Ruth Vianco, 137 Driving Park Ave., Rochester, NY.
  • Cobourg Harbour
    Image       The harbour has been rebuilt, dredged and expanded many times in the past century and a half. It is actually entirely artificial as the bay formed by Midtown Creek was just a swampy inlet, which the Cobourg business people quickly recognized as a great opportunity if it becam a major ...
    Image     The harbour has been rebuilt, dredged and expanded many times in the past century and a half. It is actually entirely artificial as the bay formed by Midtown Creek was ...
  • Cobourg Harbour
    Image       The renaissance of the harbour has brought much pleasure to boaters, children and many Cobourg residents....
    Image     The renaissance of the harbour has brought much pleasure to boaters, children and many Cobourg residents....
  • Bathing at Victoria Beach
    Image       The water slide in the background was a much-loved feature with children hurtling down a wooden slide in a toboggan on wheels. The slide stretched out over the water and into the harbour. It was in the area between the east pier and where the beach ended and was run ...
    Image     The water slide in the background was a much-loved feature with children hurtling down a wooden slide in a toboggan on wheels. The slide stretched out over the water and ...
  • Yacht Aida
    Imagecomment       Aida was about 56' long plus bowsprit and won many races, cruised lake Ontario and the Bay of Quinte under the Carter family ownership. there is a half model in the trophy room at the R.C.Y.C.
    Imagecomment     Aida was about 56' long plus bowsprit and won many races, cruised lake Ontario and the Bay of Quinte under the Carter family ownership. there is a half model in ...
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Cobourg Waterfront History